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Room Service Mass Market Paperback – 18 May 2003
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"Sassy and sexy with a touch of suspense! Beverly Brandt makes sparks fly."--Julie Ortolon, author of "Lead Me On" "Brandt is an exciting new talent and a gifted author. It will be very difficult waiting for her next book!"--"Old Book Barn Gazette" "Brandt's star is on the rise!"--"Interludes "
About the Author
Beverly Brandt grew up in the Pacific Northwest, dreaming of becoming an author while on the all-too-frequent cold and rainy camping trips her family favored. Her life took a detour through fast food and financial analysis, but she finally returned to her first love-writing. She now lives in sunny Florida, thinking up new ways to torture her characters while ordering room service at beachfront hotels and vowing to never go near a tent again.
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
I suppose if you're looking for an unimpressive and cliche romantic read to pass a couple hours, this would do. I, however, do not recommend it to anybody and will probably not read anything else by this author.
I really enjoyed this first ready by Brandt and loved her writing style which always kept me wanting to turn the page to find out what was going to happen next.
Love comes about in mysterious ways and will surely leave a smile on your face as you read the last page.
Alex offers Katya a housekeeping job, which she is forced to accept though she pays for a room with her jewelry. When another housekeeper is hurt in an elevator accident, Katya takes in the woman's dog. When the canine becomes ill, Alex returns her jewelry so that she can pawn it to pay her vet bill. When Kayta decides to use the money to hire a lawyer, though he loves her, Alex ends their relationship because he believes she should spend the money on the dog. Katya cares deeply for the dog and Alex, but equates love with money because she has had no other experience since her mother died when she was ten, leaving no future with her beloved.
ROOM SERVICE is similar to "Maid to Order" except that the tough love comes from the lead female protagonist's deceased dad instead of a fairy godmother. Readers will enjoy this tale because of the cast especially Katya. The secondary characters provide a sense of deepness that gives the audience true measures of what motivates Katya or Alex. Beverly Brandt, author of RECORD TIME and TRUE NORTH, will receive accolades from an appreciative audience.
I loved ROOM SERVICE. Whether it's due to the fact that Ms. Brandt obviosly did her research on the daily runnings of a hotel, or just the fact that the story is a wonderful one, this is one book you won't be able to put down.